China industrial production grew at the slowest pace in nearly two decades in the first two months of the year, retail sales gains were steady and property investment surged despite a fall in demand, suggesting that the economy is not out of the woods yet. Industrial production rose 5.3 percent year-on-year in the January to February period, the National Bureau of Statistics said Thursday.
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